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Libya and Syria offering US no easy answers

Libya and Syria offering US no easy answers

Five months after President Barack Obama told him to leave Libya, Moammar Gadhafi is pressing on against NATO-backed rebel forces, flaunting his remaining power in the face of Western nations fearful of combatting him with greater force. And four months after Obama offered Syria's leader an ultimatum to lead reform or leave, Bashar Assad's crackdown on dissent rages on.

California Woman Held for Duct-Taping Toddler

California Woman Held for Duct-Taping Toddler

A California woman is under arrest after authorities say she duct-taped her 2-year-old son

Calif., Ore. sustain most U.S. damage from tsunami

Calif., Ore. sustain most U.S. damage from tsunami

The warnings traveled quickly across the Pacific in the middle of the night: An 8.9-magnitude earthquake in Japan spawned a deadly tsunami, and it was racing east Friday as fast as a jetliner.

France Rolls Past Uruguay and Heads to World Cup Semifinals

France Rolls Past Uruguay and Heads to World Cup Semifinals

France’s Olivier Giroud, Steven Nzonzi, Presnel Kimpembe and Corentin Tolisso celebrated on Friday after beating Uruguay to advance to the World Cup semifinals.

Pierre Rissient, 81, Behind-the-Scenes Force of Cinema, Dies

Pierre Rissient, 81, Behind-the-Scenes Force of Cinema, Dies

Pierre Rissient, front right, next to Clint Eastwood in Paris in 1985. Mr. Rissient was among the first to recognize Mr. Eastwood’s potential as a director.

'Twilight' Town Death Heats Up Border Debate

'Twilight' Town Death Heats Up Border Debate

Benjamin Roldan Salinas, a forest worker in the country illegally, leapt into the frigid Sol Duc River to escape a pursuing U. S. Border Patrol Agent, disappearing into the fast-moving waters.


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